We help our clients to notify and register their skin care products and cosmetics in Singapore and Malaysia.
- Study your products in detail
- Review how your products are classified & registered globally in other countries
- Analyze the dynamics of registering your products
- Determine if local clinics are needed for registration
- Meet with the authority on behalf of you to clarify any arising matter
- Obtain final approval
With effect from 1 Jan 2008, the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has implemented the ASEAN Cosmetic Directive (ACD) by way of the Health Products (Cosmetic Products – ASEAN Cosmetic Directive) Regulations 2007, which is a Subsidiary Legislation under the Health Products Acts For the regulation control of cosmetic products in Singapore.
Under the Health Products (Cosmetic Products – ASEAN Cosmetic Directive) Regulation, companies or individuals who intend to sell or supply a cosmetic product in Singapore are required to notify the HSA prior to selling or supplying the product in the local market.
In order to continue selling your products in Malaysia, it is a must to register the product with the authority bureau. Regulation in Malaysia is involved with some of regulators depending on what product you carry.
Cosmetic, skin care, pharmaceutical and medical device products involve with eg: Medical Device Authority (MDA), National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau (NPCB) by Ministry of Health Malaysia, and Malaysia’s Drug Control Authority (DCA).